Every Good Boy Deserves Favor : Directing Stoppard
Krause, Allen L.
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The author critically explores the dramatic world of Tom Stoppard and uses his analysis to discover what Stoppard wanted to accomplish with the first of his political plays, Every Good Boy Deserves Favor. The discussion of the play itself begins with a background of the play which then moves into the themes as they pertain to the presentation of the play. A section of textual analysis leads into further discussion of the development of the characters, followed by a description of the Kalamazoo College production and the author’s directorial decisions.
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